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LeSean McCoy
RB #25
Height:
5-11
Weight:
210
Age:
29
College:
Pittsburgh
Hometown:
Harrisburg, PA
Experience:
9

Quick Stats (2016):

CAR
234
YDS
1,267
AVG
5.4
TDS
13
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesRushingReceivingFumbles
GGSAttYdsAvgLngTDRecYdsAvgLongTDFUMLost
TOTAL 1,898 8,954 4.7 75 60 382 2,930 7.7 70 13 19 12
2016 BUF 15 15 234 1,267 5.4 75T 13 50 356 7.1 41 1 3 0
2015 BUF 12 12 203 895 4.4 48T 3 32 292 9.1 22 2 2 2
2014 PHI 16 16 312 1,319 4.2 53 5 28 155 5.5 18 0 4 3
2013 PHI 16 16 314 1,607 5.1 57T 9 52 539 10.4 70 2 1 1
2012 PHI 12 12 200 840 4.2 34 2 54 373 6.9 36 3 4 3
2011 PHI 15 15 273 1,309 4.8 60 17 48 315 6.6 26 3 1 1
2010 PHI 15 13 207 1,080 5.2 62 7 78 592 7.6 40 2 2 1
2009 PHI 16 4 155 637 4.1 66T 4 40 308 7.7 45 0 2 1

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Bio

PRO

Acquired in a trade by Buffalo in exchange for LB Kiko Alonso…Drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the second round (53rd overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft… has played in 90 career games, starting 76, racking up 6,792 yards on 1,461 carries with 44 touchdowns…has added 2,282 yards and 10 TDs through 300 receptions…has earned Pro Bowl honors in 2011, 2013 and 2014 in addition to first team All-Pro honors in 2013.

Pro: Acquired in a trade by Buffalo in exchange for LB Kiko Alonso…Drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the second round (53rd overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft… has played in 90 career games, starting 76, racking up 6,792 yards on 1,461 carries with 44 touchdowns…has added 2,282 yards and 10 TDs through 300 receptions…has earned Pro Bowl honors in 2011, 2013 and 2014 in addition to first team All-Pro honors in 2013.

2014: Earned his third career Pro Bowl selection by ranking third in the NFL with 1,319 rushing yards and second in the league with 312 attempts…Became the Eagles all-time leading rusher vs. Sea. (12/7), surpassing RB Wilbert Montgomery, who had previously held the mark for 30 years…finished the season carrying the ball 312 times for 1,319 yards and five scores in addition to adding 155 yards on 28 receptions.

2013: A first-team All-Pro and Pro Bowl selection, led the NFL in rushing yards (1,607), scrimmage yards (2,146) and rushes of 10+ yards (47). Became first Eagle to lead the NFL in rushing and scrimmage yards since RB Steve Van Buren did so in 1947…Ran for a franchise-best 1,607 yards, surpassing the team record previously held by RB Wilbert Montgomery (1,512 yards in 1979)…Broke RB Brian Westbrook’s franchise record (2,104 in 2007) of yards from scrimmage with 2,146 total yards…Finished the season running for a career-high 1,607 yards and nine scores on 1,607 carries to go along with 539 yards and two touchdowns on 52 receptions.

2012: Missed four games due to injury but still accumulated 1,213 scrimmage yards (840 rushing, 373 receiving)…Scored a career-high three receiving touchdowns. His 54 receptions and 373 yards were the second-highest totals in his career…Became the ninth running back in NFL history with at least 40 receptions and 300 receiving yards in each of his first four seasons…On the season, accumulated 840 yards and two scores on 200 carries in addition to 373 yards and three touchdowns on 54 receptions.

2011: Set a franchise record and led the NFL with 17 rushing and 20 total touchdowns, joining RB Steve Van Buren (1945, 1947) as the only Eagles ever to lead the league in those categories…Led the NFL with 102 first downs and 48 rushes of 10-plus yards…Amassed 1,309 rushing yards, which was the fourth-highest total in the NFL and the fifth-highest total in team history…His 1,624 scrimmage yards were fifth in the league and eighth in team history. He eclipsed 100 yards in nine of 15 games…Surrendered just one fumble all season, despite ranking fourth in the league in touches (321) and seventh in rushes (273)…Posted six multi-touchdown efforts on the season, and scored in 13 of 15 games. Also set a team record by reaching the end zone in nine straight games (Van Buren - 8 in 1947)…Had a career-high six 100-yard rushing efforts on the season, tying for third most in team history…Ended the year with 1,309 yards and 17 touchdowns on 273 carries while adding 315 yards and three touchdowns on 48 carries.

2010: McCoy’s 5.2-yard rushing average ranked second in the NFL and was first in Eagles history among players with at least 200 carries…Led the Eagles and all NFL RBs with a career-high 78 catches. Was the only player to lead his team in rushing and receptions…Ranked fourth in the NFL with 1,672 scrimmage yards Eclipsed 100 scrimmage yards in nine of 15 games, and was one of just five players with 1,000 rushing and 500 receiving yards (Arian Foster, Ray Rice, Darren McFadden, Matt Forte)…Marked the first time in his career he surpassed 1,000 yards rushing…Finished the year running for 1,080 yards and seven scores on 207 carries to go along with 592 receiving yards and two scores on 78 catches.

2009: McCoy’s 637 rushing yards was the highest total ever for an Eagles rookie and his 945 yards from scrimmage ranked second…Finished third among all NFL rookies in rushing yards (637) and second in yards from scrimmage (945)…Played in all 16 games his rookie season, rushing for 637 yards and four scores on 155 carries and adding 308 yards on 40 receptions.

COLLEGE: Started 22 of 25 career games, racking up 2,816 rushing yards on 584 carries (4.8 avg.) with 35 TDs. Also notched 65 receptions for 549 yards and one TD. His 36 total TDs topped the previous NCAA record for freshman and sophomores of 32 by Pittsburgh’s Larry Fitzgerald (2002-03)…Finished his career ranked 4th in school history with 2,816 rushing yards…Earned second-team All-America honors in 2008 after rushing for 1,488 yards and 21 TDs, which was second in school annals behind Dorsett’s 22 in 1976. Also was named Big East Offensive POY by the media and the team’s MVP…His 35 rushing TDs was the highest total ever for a player after his sophomore season, surpassing the record of Pittsburgh’s Tony Dorsett (24, 1973-74)…Had six 100-yard games in 2008 and scored a TD in all but two games…Was a unanimous Freshman All-American in 2007 after breaking the Big East freshman record with 1,328 rushing yards. He also broke Tony Dorsett’s school freshman record with 14 rushing TDs

PERSONAL: Son of Daphne and Ron McCoy…Has one son, LeSean, Jr....has an older brother, LeRon, who played in the NFL and a younger brother, Chris Henderson, played defensive tackle for Milford Academy • Finished his career at Bishop McDevitt (Harrisburg, PA) as the state’s ninth all-time leading rusher with 6,640 yards and 75 TDs. He was twice named to the AP Pennsylvania Class 4A All-State first-team, winning player of the year honors as a junior. Enrolled at Milford (N.Y.) Academy in 2006, where he was rated the second-best prep school prospect in the country after rushing for 547 yards on 77 carries (7.1 avg.) and 4 TDs

2014: Earned his third career Pro Bowl selection by ranking third in the NFL with 1,319 rushing yards and second in the league with 312 attempts…Became the Eagles all-time leading rusher vs. Sea. (12/7), surpassing RB Wilbert Montgomery, who had previously held the mark for 30 years…finished the season carrying the ball 312 times for 1,319 yards and five scores in addition to adding 155 yards on 28 receptions.

 

2013: A first-team All-Pro and Pro Bowl selection, led the NFL in rushing yards (1,607), scrimmage yards (2,146) and rushes of 10+ yards (47). Became first Eagle to lead the NFL in rushing and scrimmage yards since RB Steve Van Buren did so in 1947…Ran for a franchise-best 1,607 yards, surpassing the team record previously held by RB Wilbert Montgomery (1,512 yards in 1979)…Broke RB Brian Westbrook’s franchise record (2,104 in 2007) of yards from scrimmage with 2,146 total yards…Finished the season running for a career-high 1,607 yards and nine scores on 1,607 carries to go along with 539 yards and two touchdowns on 52 receptions.

 

2012: Missed four games due to injury but still accumulated 1,213 scrimmage yards (840 rushing, 373 receiving)…Scored a career-high three receiving touchdowns. His 54 receptions and 373 yards were the second-highest totals in his career…Became the ninth running back in NFL history with at least 40 receptions and 300 receiving yards in each of his first four seasons…On the season, accumulated 840 yards and two scores on 200 carries in addition to 373 yards and three touchdowns on 54 receptions.

 

2011: Set a franchise record and led the NFL with 17 rushing and 20 total touchdowns, joining RB Steve Van Buren (1945, 1947) as the only Eagles ever to lead the league in those categories…Led the NFL with 102 first downs and 48 rushes of 10-plus yards…Amassed 1,309 rushing yards, which was the fourth-highest total in the NFL and the fifth-highest total in team history…His 1,624 scrimmage yards were fifth in the league and eighth in team history. He eclipsed 100 yards in nine of 15 games…Surrendered just one fumble all season, despite ranking fourth in the league in touches (321) and seventh in rushes (273)…Posted six multi-touchdown efforts on the season, and scored in 13 of 15 games. Also set a team record by reaching the end zone in nine straight games (Van Buren - 8 in 1947)…Had a career-high six 100-yard rushing efforts on the season, tying for third most in team history…Ended the year with 1,309 yards and 17 touchdowns on 273 carries while adding 315 yards and three touchdowns on 48 carries.

 

2010: McCoy’s 5.2-yard rushing average ranked second in the NFL and was first in Eagles history among players with at least 200 carries…Led the Eagles and all NFL RBs with a career-high 78 catches. Was the only player to lead his team in rushing and receptions…Ranked fourth in the NFL with 1,672 scrimmage yards Eclipsed 100 scrimmage yards in nine of 15 games, and was one of just five players with 1,000 rushing and 500 receiving yards (Arian Foster, Ray Rice, Darren McFadden, Matt Forte)…Marked the first time in his career he surpassed 1,000 yards rushing…Finished the year running for 1,080 yards and seven scores on 207 carries to go along with 592 receiving yards and two scores on 78 catches.

 

2009: McCoy’s 637 rushing yards was the highest total ever for an Eagles rookie and his 945 yards from scrimmage ranked second…Finished third among all NFL rookies in rushing yards (637) and second in yards from scrimmage (945)…Played in all 16 games his rookie season, rushing for 637 yards and four scores on 155 carries and adding 308 yards on 40 receptions.